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Table 7 Allowing the population to vary in size does not affect the degree of specialization

From: Trade-offs drive resource specialization and the gradual establishment of ecotypes

logλ μ σ 1 σ 2 n t B N
-3 0.01 1 0.1 2.90±0.55 0.62 720 constant
-3 0.01 1 0.1 2.95±0.51 0.63 721 variable
-3 0.05 1 0.1 4.45±0.76 0.40 750 constant
-3 0.05 1 0.1 4.20±0.52 0.40 755 variable
-2.4 0.05 10 1 9.00±0.00 0.11 2520 constant
-2.4 0.05 10 1 8.75±0.55 0.12 2520 variable
  1. The number of ecotypes stays the same between constant and variable population size simulations for each parameter set. The population size given is the mean of twenty runs, which varies very little; values range between 695 and 799 for the mean of 755, 696 and 784 for the mean of 721, and from 2469 to 2613 for the mean of 2520.